Come and experience an amazing cinema adventure, watch classic Christmas movies suitable for the whole family. Recreating the magic of watching a movie in the open-air but from the warmth and comfort of your own car.
Our site near Loughborough provides a fantastic venue for hosting the drive-in movies,
providing a large screen easily visible from within your car. The setting ensures easy access onto hard standing and the ambiance is provided with fairy lights guiding you along the way.
The films soundtrack is transmitted directly into your vehicle through your in-car audio system. Yes, you can listen to the movie from your car stereo and have the sound as loud (or as quiet) as you like! Sing along to Christmas songs while waiting for the film to start and get into the festive mood while keeping your eye out for the friendly elves giving out free treats!
Movie-goers can utilise our on-site catering facilities which will offer you the chance to stock up on refreshments such as hotdogs, stone baked pizza and candy floss. For the adults and non-drivers there will be a mulled wine station providing a taste of Christmas. And there will be plenty of non-alcoholic festive beverages too. Or, be served at your car by our Christmas elves with popcorn, sweets, drinks and other great food at great prices. Toilets are provided onsite.
Once you have your drinks and snacks, get comfy (bring your blankets, pillows and even come in your Christmas jumpers and fancy-dress onesies!) and relax in your own space with nothing to worry about; it's almost like attending a private screening!
Prices are charged at £28 per car (not per person) + small booking fee (you are welcome to have as many people inside the vehicle as it is allowed to carry).
Venue: Prestwold Driving Centre, Prestwold Lane, Loughborough, LE12 5SH (postcode for sat nav).
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Home Alone: An eight-year-old troublemaker must protect his house from a pair of burglars when he is accidentally left home alone by his family during Christmas vacation.